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First World War ski tour

Between nature and history of the Dolomites - UNESCO World Heritage

Open for skiers until 24.03.2024

Sella Ronda with the Marmolada in sight

The centre point of the First World War ski tour is the symbolic mountain of the 1st world war, Mount Col di Lana. The 80 km (49 mi) tour takes you around this mountain. Everywhere, you will find traces of World War 1: Artefacts from the war era, trenches running right through the rocks, parapet walks and forts.
In Alta Badia, you will start in Corvara and go to Campolongo Pass until you reach Arabba. Via Arabba and Porta Vescovo, you will reach Malga Ciapela/Marmolada. From here, you can take a detour to Marmolada Glacier (3,342 m / 10,964 ft).
The lifts at Marmolada are included in the Dolomiti Superski pass.


Continue with the ski bus to Alleghe, where you can explore the runs of the skiing region Civetta. The ski bus takes you from Pescul to the Fedare hut (Giau Pass). From the Fedare slope you reach the forcella Croda Negra (Croda Negra pass) with a two-seater chair-lift.

Lagazuoi slope with the Conturines in sight

On the north side of the Forcella Negra the new Averau-Troi ski track brings you to the Col Gallina and to Passo Falzarego where you continue for Alta Badia with the Lagazuoi ski tour.

For the whole tour you need approximately 7 and 8 hours. Therefore, we recommend to take off in the early morning in order to finish the tour in time before the lifts close.

Our insider tip:

One of the most spectacular descents of this tour is definitely the ski slope that from the top of Lagazuoi descends towards Armentarola in Alta Badia, the longest ski slope in the Dolomites.

Technical data of the First World War ski tour:

•Total lenght: 82,50 km (5126 mi)
•Lenght of the slopes : 31,00 km (1926 mi)
•Lenght lift transport: 18,00 km (1118 mi)
•Horse pulling: 1,50 km (93 mi)
•Duration of the tour: 7-8 hours approx

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